(Big League Politics) A campus leftist who filmed a viral video harassing two students at Arizona State University is a fellow of the Ford Foundation, one of the most wealthy and powerful non-governmental organizations in the world.
Sarra Tekola identifies herself as a Ford Fellow on her now-locked Twitter feed. She’s a PhD candidate, not a delusional freshman who has no experience in confronting other people with different ideas.
In the original video filmed by Tekola, the left-wing organizer harasses two students on racial grounds, citing a ‘police matter’ sticker on one of the student’s laptops. Libs of Tik Tok published the video, which went viral over the weekend as an example of leftist intolerance and hate.
🚨 This insanity is happening on college campuses pic.twitter.com/BrVxICZYqP— Libs of Tik Tok (@libsoftiktok) September 24, 2021
The two white male students were later forced to leave the de facto segregated Multicultural Center at ASU…
Tekola was previously arrested on felony charges of aggravated assault against a police officer, stemming from her presence at a violent Black Lives Matter protest.
The Ford Foundation is considered one of the most powerful private foundations in the country, with a $16 billion endowment and influence throughout government and big business. The organization touts having donated nearly $700 million dollars since 2011 to so-called ‘racial justice’ efforts, donating $330 million to progressive activist groups over the past two years.